Celebrating Sir Donald Bradman's 110th Birthday
Today marks Australian cricket legend Sir Donald Bradman’s 110th birthday. His test scores are still incomparable with anyone else who has played the game, making a total of almost 7,000 runs over 52 tests. And his statue can now be found protecting sports fans at Adelaide Oval.
At the peak of his career the English cricket team created the Bodyline method of bowling, which was intended to attack the batsman’s body. This offensive hostile method proved difficult for batsmen but not for Bradman, who managed to curb the effect of offensive bowling tactics which targeted the vulnerabilities of the famous batsman.
Bradman’s statue may not look like it, but it also defends against hostile attacks while also paying homage to the Australian sporting hero.
The artist impression above of cricket ball bollards installed at Adelaide Oval would provide enhances security and protection to sports fans while simultaneously complimenting the architecture of the stadium and the aesthetics of the Bradman statue. We call this our Soft Approach to Hard Security.
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